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Chapter 3, Lesson 3: Why Study History? (pp. 70-73)

I. Understanding Other People

II. Understanding Your World

    A. When a current event occurs, historians gather and evaluate evidence they find.

    B. By studying what they know about similar past events, historians can better understand what is happening now.

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